Two families have sky-dived in support of the AAT. Will you? “One – two – three – go.” And they did! George (80 year's young and a retired GP), son Mark (current GP) and grandson Jonathan (medical student) jumped 10,000ft from an aeroplane in memory of wife/mother/granny Elisabeth Hobbs. Once back on solid ground, George commented: Wonderful views – space all round – great experience. And good landings on our bottoms! Katie's name lives on! This charity is close to my heart as I've suffered with it and it meant a lot to Katie, so I think it's a perfect way to honour her. In 2013 Katie Atkinson did a sky dive to raise money for the AAT as her friend Rachel Bateson had been diagnosed with aplastic anaemia. Tragically Katie was killed in a car accident in January 2017. To honour her, Rachel and 15 friends did a skydive for the AAT.